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KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is expected to announce a sector sustainability policy framework by year-end as guidance for its future investment that will comply with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.
Chief investment officer Rohaya Mohammad Yusof said ESG has now become extremely important in investors’ decision-making in order to achieve value enhancement as well as to mitigate risk.
“We identified three important sectors in the country and came up with sectoral policy and issue policy, whereby one of the key issues is climate change.
“Market at large will understand our thinking and how we look at ESG in a particular sector,” she said at the virtual Sustainable Finance Week Expo 2020 Dubai yesterday, which was hosted by the Securities Commission Malaysia.
Rohaya was one of the panelists at the high-level panel session titled “How Malaysia has developed an Equity Market that Emphasises Sustainability”.
She said there is a lot of ongoing engagement with companies in order to understand where they are in this particular journey, given their differences in pace in ESG adoption.“We need to understand them and whether they are able to comply with certain standards we put through before making our investment. ESG is mainstream and it is important for investors like us to take ESG into consideration in our investment,” she explained.Other panelists were Bursa Malaysia chairman Tan Sri Abdul Wahid Omar and Maybank Kim Eng chief executive officer Datin Ami Moris. — Bernama